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I would have to start my story sometime around when I was 16 as I can't recall anything before that, I was in a minor car accident where I received a concussion, being close with my family my uncle came to visit to check on me and the minute he walked in it was like I hit my head all over again I kept getting these strong feelings that he was going to die. About a week or so after this my uncle had went missing during a fishing trip where his boat had capsized. He wasn't found for several cold winter months and during those months I found myself having recurring dreams of being face to face with him in the water. I struggled for years with the guilt of maybe I could have saved him. He has been my guardian angel for years after that. Once driving home from a long day of work on a country road I found myself lazily driving half asleep not really paying attention, then I seen him plane as day walking around the road clad in white. I could'nt believe my eyes and was completely shocked into alertness. Still thinking about what I had seen I slammed on my brakes just in time to miss a large pack of deer frozen in the middle of the road, I felt his presence frequently through out the years until my aunt his wife passed, and I truly believe they are somewhere together, although I know she visits often.

This is the first of many stories I plan to post as I need an outlet for the things I am experiencing and the people in my life don't really understand and I cannot say I fully do either.

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Krislove (65 posts)
 
6 years ago (2013-11-30)
We only feel guilt because we think of death as a final act. That we would never see them again. That we could've done something to prolong their presence here. When we incarnate, most of the time, we create a blueprint of what we want to accomplish here and as part of that blueprint we need death and dying to play a role in it. Have you ever come across someone who has never lost another? No, because dying is a part of our living. What we get from death is different to every individual. I believe in reincarnation, so I think about dying as a hard reset because we need to regroup in order to further our growth and even that act is not dependent on itself. We may at any given time, (it can also be predetermined) choose when we want to go, and when we go, everyone around us is affected in some way. Some are joyful, some are sad others somewhere in between but we often get lost in the grief because we believe they are gone for good. That no one can ever love us the same way that this person did, in a sense that is true because that person was a unique being who can only give you that love you felt. But the most important thing you should remember is that that love didn't come from this other person, it came from within you. This person only showed you the love you were capable of feeling. There is a reason why you are experiencing these things, find the gift and share it with others. If you need someone to talk to you can contact me at gnavycart [at] hotmail.com
jessieb9873 (2 stories) (2 posts)
 
6 years ago (2013-11-25)
Jessicaholly yes I am great flu for my angels I feel them when I'm scared they rejoice with me during happy times and I believe if I listen well enough at times they help with difficult decisions or in times of trouble.
jessieb9873 (2 stories) (2 posts)
 
6 years ago (2013-11-25)
To answer your question no I do not struggle with the guilt of these things anymore I had confessed what I know it my aunt his wife and she talked to me and reassured me and she herself had a similar experience of knowing he we going to pass... My aunt understood the things I go through on a level my family was not willing to due to religious reasons... And thank you for your encouragement:)
Love1st (guest)
 
6 years ago (2013-11-21)
I don't know if you still struggle with guilt, but I just wanted to say that you shouldn't blame yourself for your uncle's death. I had a similar experience with a close family friend. You could have told him you felt he was going to die soon, but would it have changed anything? Maybe it was a way for you to know that it was important you spend extra time with him during that visit. Maybe the dreams were more about you helping to find his body or understanding what happened than anything else. He would have died quickly in the middle of an ice-cold body of water even if he was conscious at the time due to hypothermia (e.g. Within minutes not hours without the proper attire and not that much longer with it). At least you know he's in a better place. I believe loved ones watch over us after they leave this plane of existence because they simply love us and want to help. Thank you for sharing. I just wanted to post this for you and others that have experienced something like this because the guilt can be tough and is unnecessary.

Death is a part of life, and just marks the end of a volume in a never-ending book collection of eternal life's journey. Sometimes, it can be prevented and sometimes it can't. Sometimes, even if the person knows in advance, they would still choose the same path. Warn people if you have a clear message and are able to, but if you don't feel compelled to mention it, there's probably a reason. Perhaps this was just a way of getting you to trust and understand your intuition better.
jessicaholly227 (1 stories) (11 posts)
 
6 years ago (2013-11-20)
Hello, Namaste:)
Your story is beautiful, and you must be thankful for angels intervening in your life. They're always there for you to call upon and care about you deeply. I think your stories are super cool and definitely worth sharing:) I hope your able to heal the guilt you feel in your heart.

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